What do you think of when the weather starts to cool off? I want a good book to curl up with, under a cozy blanket on the couch. Check out our new display the next time you are in, and take one home!
Need help doing your Census? Stop by the library today (Aug. 25th, 1 to 6pm), Thursday (Aug. 27th, 1 to 6pm), or Saturday (Aug. 29th, 9 to 11am) and in 10 minutes you could have it finished. The census response representatives help people complete the census on a 2020 Census tablet or on their own device, while practicing state and local social distancing protocols.
Many families are struggling. With high unemployment, and millions of students enrolled in the free and reduced meal programs, many parents are unable to provide the basic school supplies their children need to be effective.
Our summer reading program, “Can’t Stop Summer Fun” is going strong this year. We had 43 take part in the fun the first week. The book was "Elephants Guide to Hide and Seek" by Kjersten Hayes. The story told us that elephants are great at many things...playing hide-and-seek is not one of them. The book offers sympathy, support and superior hiding solutions to elephants who long to overcome their size disadvantage when playing hide-and-seek.
Tomorrow our "Can't Stop Summer Fun" reading program begins. It will run every Wednesday morning at 10am and Thursday afternoon at 4pm for the month of July. If you haven't signed up yet, don't delay, call today!